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Check Out Anthropologie's New November Catalog — Plus Styling Tips

The holiday season is upon us, filled with sweet holiday gift guides and dressing tips for the festive season. That said, Anthropologie's new November catalog

Adire African Textiles is a small London gallery devoted solely to researching and promoting the vintage textile traditions of sub-Saharan Africa. African Patterns, African Textiles, Vintage Textiles, Textile Art, Arts And Crafts, Spring Summer, Nice, Blog, Women

Adire African Textiles

In part an updated version of Doig Simmonds and Nancy Stansfield’s classic 1971 book on adire, this new work is without doubt the most useful and comprehensive book on the Yoruba tradition of indigo resist dyeing to date. Although published as a print on demand book and with budget limitations apparent in the reproduction of some images the authors add new material such and have drawn together the most important of previous sources, including Jane Barbour’s important articles, and an…

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Cotton kente shoulder bag, 'Ashanti Labyrinth'

Bright colors in abstract geometry celebrate the wonderful art of kente. Ashanti weaver Alex Boakye selects violet, yellow and green for their striking contrast. Featuring black shoulder straps and rattan accents, the lined interior has a zipper pocket.

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